My mother does not drive, and I own a towel that I cannot use-these are my reasons for studying law.
I am an integrated tapestry of elation and disappointment, risk and reward, ambiguity and conviction .. .. I discovered [through adversity] that transitional challenges were not permanent impediments to my progress, but were instead emboldening catalysts to my personal evolution and professional development.
These two stories come from admissions essays submitted by members of Georgetown University Law Center's class of 2014, recently published in the Law Center's alumni magazine. The published essays provide fascinating views into the personal experiences and deep reflection that lead people to pursue legal studies.
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Cedrone, Michael J., "The Developmental Path of the Lawyer" (2013). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 1701.